Senior Software Engineer, Data Infrastructure - Remote - United States

Reddit is a community of communities. It’s built on shared interests, passion, and trust and is home to the most open and authentic conversations on the internet. Every day, Reddit users submit, vote, and comment on the topics they care most about. With 100,000+ active communities and approximately 73+ million daily active unique visitors, Reddit is one of the internet’s largest sources of information. For more information, visit

The Data Infrastructure team is looking to hire a Software Engineer who is excited to work with production facing data tools, and support a growing business model for Reddit.

Our team sits at the center of Reddit, building self-service solutions that empower data science, ML, and engineering teams to produce & consume data from a petabyte-scale warehouse. In this space, we focus on higher-level orchestration of data tools that support the entire company, and also implementing mechanisms that allow customers to safely interact with data. A subset of current focuses include:

  • Managing BigQuery + Airflow infrastructure for the entire company
  • Building opinionated guardrails to drive improvements in data quality, cost efficiency, and data governance
  • APIs and controllers that support our IAM, compute, and storage patterns
  • Software automation that connects our data services and surfaces metadata to downstream customers for discovery and data contract enforcement
  • Monitoring/alerting for our core systems and the mechanisms built on top

If you have a passion for building and maintaining high quality code, want to improve how Reddit makes strategic decisions at the company level, and are excited about applying engineering best practices to one of the most powerful corpus of data in the world, then this is the team for you!

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